Rise of Greece by 16 places in the Corruption Perceptions Index – the jump, says the Ministry of Internal Affairs

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Rise of Greece by 16 places in the Corruption Perceptions Index – the jump, says the Ministry of Internal Affairs

The relevant Transparency International (CPI) report published yesterday ranks Greece in 51st place among 180 countries and is included in the 30% of states with the best results in the fight against corruption worldwide.

Our country recorded a jump in the Corruption Perceptions Index according to the Transparency International (CPI) report released on Tuesday, January 31.

The relevant Transparency International (CPI) report published yesterday, ranks Greece in 51st place among 180 countries and is included in the 30% of states with the best results in the fight against corruption worldwide.

In its announcement, the Ministry of the Interior describes it as a “bottleneck for SYRIZA”. Greece’s rise by 16 places the last four years.

According to the ministry, this performance is due to the effort made in recent years with the National Transparency Authority, recalling the promotion of reforms such as the design and implementation of the National Strategic Plan to Combat Corruption 2022-2025, the institutionalization of the Internal Control System, the regulation of Influence Activities (lobbying), the establishment of the Gift Policy and the introduction of the Institution of Integrity Advisor.

“All of the above comes to destroy, in the most deafening way, the effort made by SYRIZA to present Greece as a country plagued by corruption, while also constituting a “resounding slap” for the period of his government, a period when the current official The opposition had made the fight against corruption its flag, while at the same time it was raining our country down to the shameful 69th place in the Corruption Perception Index,” the announcement states.

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